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"Two Lauderdale Enterprises"
A Thursday, December 21, 1961 *Florence Herald* editorial reporting on the construction of and urging local support for the 20 patient Springhill Nursing Home in the Handy School area of West Florence and the Harris orphanage for African-American…
2004 "Black Enterprise" BE 100s list
This is a partial list of the 2004 edition of the "Black Enterprise" BE 100.
This is a TimesDaily article about Ethel Bridges, a longtime nurse from Florence.
"Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Metal Company. Pouring aluminum into pig molds at the cast house."
This is a photograph taken by Jack Delano in 1942 that features a worker at the Reynolds Metal Company, a corporation that located in Sheffield after TVA came to the area in the 1930s.
Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Metal Company. Workmen who are employed in one of the pot rooms.
These are two photographs of workers employed at Reynolds Metal Company in Sheffield, taken by photographer Jack Delano.
Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Metal Company. Workman in reduction plant. The white powder on his face is alumina
This is a photograph of a worker at the reduction plant at Reynolds Metal Company in Sheffield, taken by photographer Jack Delano.
Sheffield, Alabama. Reynolds Alloys Company. Workman in the cast house stops for a drink of water
This is a photograph of a worker at the Reynolds Metal Company in Sheffield, taken by photographer Jack Delano in 1942.
Sheffield, Alabama. Renolds Metal Company. Pouring liquid aluminum into pig molds from a ladle at the dast house
This is a photograph of workers at Reynolds Metal Company in Sheffield, photographed by Jack Delano.
"An era ends: Hollywood Inn continues without its longtime owner"
This is a newspaper article about the Hollywood Inn, a cafe in West Florence.
"Village Blacksmith Going Strong"
This is a newspaper article about Tommy Wallace, a blacksmith in Florence.